Death Valley National Park

Death Valley has an amazing range of elevation in the park, from well below sea level to mountains over 5000′ high (like our campsite below).  Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the continental USA at 14,505′, is in the same county as Death Valley.

Another view from up high:

Almost 250 miles of road goes through the park, with a visitor center and small general store… but otherwise, not a lot so be sure your gas tank is full and you have lots of water!

Convertible or air-stream?  Pick your style and enjoy the scenery.

Winter in the park can be stunning, but despite the heat of the summer, winters can also be very cold so come prepared with lots of warm clothing.

Storms can appear at any moment… take caution:

Make this face to convince everyone you are concerned about the changing weather:

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